Here's a format that you never see-a large period albumen of a NAKED wounded civil war soldier! Produced by the Surgeon General's Office for the Army Medical Museum circa 1869-1870. Paper label on verso explaining the full and gruesome details of the wounding of Private William D. Gilbert of 6th Vermont Infantry. Gilbert was wounded in the leg at the battle of the Wilderness in 1864. Image and mount measure roughly 8" x 10." In fine condition with wear as shown in the scan. Wonderful & scarce civil war medical photograph!
$1275.00 plus shipping